Quantum Mechanics

Quantum Mechanics is a fundamental theory in physics that describes nature at the smallest scales of energy levels of atoms and subatomic particles.

You have to be careful with videos like this, Quantum Mechanics. Make sure you understand them. Some of them are trying to convince you that the universe was made from nothing. Now think about this made from nothing or made by the hand of God. Which one of these makes more sense to you. Scientists can spin this all they like but they’ll never convince me that the universe was made from nothing. Quantum mechanics is very interesting until scientists try to spin it. I think some scientists are going off the deep end with Quantum Mechanics. Think about this, the universe created from nothing. The universe created by the hand of God. I’m doing research for my next book “Side by Side” about Science and God. Artificial intelligence. Interstellar space travel. Humans and Androids working together.

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Lee Smolin Public Lecture

Lee Smolin is an American theoretical physicist, a faculty member at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, an adjunct professor of physics at the University of Waterloo and a member of the graduate faculty of the philosophy department at the University of Toronto. Smolin’s 2006 book The Trouble with Physics criticized string theory as a viable scientific theory. He has made contributions to quantum gravity theory, in particular, the approach known as loop quantum gravity. He advocates that the two primary approaches to quantum gravity, loop quantum gravity, and string theory, can be reconciled as different aspects of the same underlying theory. His research interests also include cosmology, elementary particle theory, the foundations of quantum mechanics, and theoretical biology.

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